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Documents - Ballarat School of Mines Correspondence Relating to the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1907-1914

From the Collection of Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre) Federation University Australia, Mt Helen Campus Federation University Australia E.J. Barker Library (top floor) Mount Helen Victoria

Description
48 pieces of hand and type written correspondence relating to the Ballarat Technical Art School, covering its first eight years.

.1) Transferal of money from the Ballarat Fine Art Public Gallery Association to the Ballarat School of Mines for credit to the Ballarat Technical Art School No 15.
.3) Letter from Herbert H. Smith reporting on the appointment of Thomas Trengove to the position of Art Director at the Stawell School of Mines, and the appointment of Arthur Lilburne and Pridgeon as student assistants.
.5) Application from Arthur M. Lilburne for a position at the Ballarat Technical Art School.
.7) Resignation of Thomas Trengrove from the Ballarat Technical Art School so he could take up a position at the Stawell School of Mines, 1908.
.9) Correspondence from H.H. Smith concerning expectations. 1908
.10) Report from Herbert H. Smith on the number of Art enrolments at the Ballarat West Art School, the Ballarat East Art School and the Drawing Centre.
.8) Correspondence from Henry H. Hall regarding his teaching appointment, 1908
.11) A Report on architectural studies at the Ballarat Technical Art School on Clegg and Miller letterhead.
.12) Report from M.C. Young.
.13) Report from Arthur Lilburne
.14) Reorrt from J.A. Wright, 1908
.15) Report on student numbers from Edith M. Cornell, 1908
.16) Report on classes in Freehand Geometry and Perspective by Fred Foster, 1908
.16b) Report by Decorating and Signwriting teacher John Barber, 1908
.17) Report from Esther and Lily Green from the East Public Library, 1908
.18) Report from Percy Isaac of the Ballarat East Public Library re manual training and Sloyd classes.
.19) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1908
.20) Report from Arthur M. Lilburn on the Elementary Evening Classes and the State School Teachers Saturday class, 1908
.21) Report by M.C. Young on drawing classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
,22) Report by Fred Foster on Freehand Geometry of Perspective classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.24) Report by E. and L. Green on classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.25) Report by Miss Wright on Dresscutting classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.26) Report by John Barber on Signs and Decorating classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.27) Report by Edith Cornell on Millinery classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.28) Report by Percy R. Green on Manual Training ad Carpentry classes at the Ballarat Technical Art School, 1908
.29) Correspondence from Posenby Carew-Smyth and Melbourne Education Department letterhead, 1908,
.30) Report on the need for instruction in Decorative Needlework at the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith. Ida Johnston undertook classes from Miss Macgeorge in Melbourne at the suggestion of Posonby Carew-Smyth, and H.H. Smith suggested she be appointed to teach the class, 1910
.31) Report on the Junior Technical School, 1915
.32) Quarterly Report on the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1911
.34) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1914
.34b) Invoice from James Ingram and Son, Booksellers and School Stationers, 1908
.35) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1914
.36) Correspondence from F.N. King seeking employment at the Ballarat Junior Technical Scool due to the resignation of A.W. Steane, 1914
.37) Correspondence regarding the qualifications of F.N. King, including Sloyd at NAAS, Sweden, 1914
Reference from F.V. Burridge of the London County Council Central School of Arts and Crafts (incorporating The Royal Female School of Art), Southamoton Row, London, regarding Francis N. King, 1913
.40) Correspondence on Ballarat Junior Technical School letterhead when it was located at 104 Doveton Street, Ballarat (Dana Street Primary School) from Albert W. Steane. The report mentioned to appointment of R.W. Richards commencing duties as a science ad mathematics master and Francis N. King as Woodwork and Modeling instructor, 1914
.41) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1914
.42) Correspondence on Stanley Mullen Company letterhead requesting a junior (lady) to help in designing and drawing from Needlework, 1914
.43) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1914
.44) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith, 1914. The report includes the resignation of Donadl Johnston to take up the position of assistant to Posonby Carew-Smyth. Harold Herbert to travel to England, and Edwin Cannon to to apply his art knowledge commercially. H.H. Smith suggested they be replaced with Ken Moss and Harold Brown
.45) Report on the progress of the Ballarat Technical Art School by Principal Herbert H. Smith
.46) Hours and duties of the caretaker and attendant at the Ballarat Technical Art School
.47) Letter from the J.A. Powell, secretary of the Ballarat West Art School to the Ballarat School of Mines.
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various
Object Registration
00425
Keywords
ballarat technical school, henry j. hall, arthur m lilburn, thomas h. trengrove, herbert h. smith, g.w. clegg, m.c. young, j.w. wright, fred foster, j. barber, etsher green, lily green, p. isaac, e.m. cornell, albert steane, f.n. king, letterhead, ballarat fine art public gallery association, richard maddern, j. powell, j.a. powell, frederick martell, ponsonby carew-smyth, stawell school of mines, lilburne, pridgeon, arthur lilburne, henry hall, edith m. cornell, john barber, east ballarat library, esther green, percy isaac, sloyd, millinery, r.w. richards, frank king, a.w. steane, naas, majorie walker, art needlework, stanley mullen company, donald johnston, ted cannon, edwin cannon, harold brown, harold herbert, art gallery of ballarat
Historical information
The dates 1907-1914 cover the first eight years if the Ballarat Technical Art School No. 15, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines. This covers that time before the custom built Ballarat Technical Art School opened in 1915.
When Made
24/12/1907 - 28/08/1914
Last updated
24 Apr 2019 at 1:29PM